The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on February 7, 1957 · Page 21
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, February 7, 1957
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Frank Devlne, A Former Livermore Man Passes Livwmete — Mr and Mrs Geo. Donalds, Elizabeth and Margaret Devine and Mayme Devihe of Seattle, Wash, wfent to Sioux City to attend the funeral services of theif 'brother Frank De^ vine, Wed., Jan. 30. He Was the son of the late Mr and Mrs Frank Devine and was born and raised and educated in Livermore. He Was 54 years of age. He has been employed in Sioux City for a number of years. He Is survived by his wife and two sons and four sisters, Elizabeth and Margaret Devine and Mrs George Donalds of Livermore and Mayme Devine of Seattle, Wash. Orie daughter preceded him in death, besides his parents and two brothers, Ted of Chicago, til. and Leo of Livermore. Wed* tn Washington Sue Wilson, daughter of Mr and Mrs Ray "Wilson of Livermore and Jimmy Berthay of Satillo, Miss, were united in marriage in a double-ring ceremony at the Foundory Methodist Church in Washington, D. C. Following the ceremony a 're« ception was held in the church parlors'. They left on a wedding trip to Satillo, Miss, where they visited the groom's parents and to Livermore where they visited the bride's parents. They will make their home in Washington, D. C. where they are both employed by the Federal Bureau of Investigation. Mr and Mrs Arnold Kellner were in Algeria Tuesday to attend the golden wedding anniversary of Mr and Mrs Will Thilges. They are the parents of Mr and Mrs Kellner. Henry Groh, Julius Becker and Mr and Mrs Vernon Fiderlick attended the grain dealers convention in Des Moines last week. Agnes Berte spent Monday at the home of her grandmother, Mrs Susan Berte in St. Joe. The Adult Fellowship of the Methodist Church were entertained Sunday evening at the Earl Armstrong home. Billy Ankenbauer, son of Mr and Mrs Bill Ankenbauer spent a few days with his grandparents, •tytt and Mrs W. L. Coleman while his parents moved from Fort Dodge to Algona. A daughter was born, Jan. 26 to Mr arid Mrs Peter ' Malkmus at the Mercy Hospital in Fort Dodge. Mrs Malkmtis Is the daughter of Mr and Mrs Waiter Leonard of Minnesota and Mr Malkmus is the son of Mrs Dorothy Malkttius and the late Dennis MalftrhUa of yvembre. This is their first child. Mrs Jessamine Miller was hostess to the Contract club mem* bers Saturday afternoon, with Mfs Welter and Mrs Tfaflois Murphy as guests. Mrs R. W. Beafdsley, Mr* John Olson, Mrs Edna Goodenough and Mrs Jessamine Millet and the Rev. Stevens attended a Presbyterian meeting ifl Fort Dodge Monday. L. E. Kay is the Livermore chairman of the polio drive this year. Mrs Harold Stoddard was host' ess to the Neighborhood Club members at a two o'clock luncheon Tuesday afternoon. High prize went to Mrs John Sorlie; traveling prize to Mrs Henry Groh; and consolation prize to Mrs Tommy Kissinger. Mrs Martin Miller Was hostess to the Equality Club members Tuesday afternoon. The lesson on Safety was given by Mrs Minnie DeVries and the lesson on cooking by Mrs Lena Fuhrmann. The following ladies went to the home of Mrs Christine Anderson Friday afternoon to observe the birthdays • of Mrs Andersen and Mrs Anna Nelson. Mrs John O. Hansen, Mrs Sherman Wickre, Mrs Nels Londgten, Mrs Erriest Miller, Mrs Herman Larson, Mrs Larry Wilson, Mrs Jessie Olson, Mrs Mary Hauck and the honored guests. The afternoon was spent in visiting. Refreshments brought by the guests was served. Each lady received silver to buy a gift with. Farewell Party Wesley — Mr and Mrs Arnold Struthers »and seven children" of LuVerne were honored at a farewell party Wednesday evening, Jan. 23 in the I.O.O.F. Hall by; members of Rebekah and Odd- Fellow lodges. They were presented a rug as a parting gift. The family moved to Minnesota this, week. David BelascQ, the thea^'ical producer, was once a circus bareback rider. 1957 Algona (to.) Upper f»M •OTTOSEN By Mrs. Knut OppedaKI MfS Jesse VaftlHiskirk entertained memfteifi of the Progress- fciVfc OlUB at her home Thursday amrn&on, Mf§ 'K. R. McLuen gave a report on Education and Mrs Olaf Bruvik a feport oh Legisl&tibh. Mfs Harold Mouh- talh had charge of recreation. Guestfi were Mffi Merle Holt, Mrs W. 0. COopfer and Mrs Eugene Hofius. The next theeting will be Feb. 7 at the home of Mrs Percy Watnem. Mrs Ralph Richards is a surgical patient at St. Mary's Hds- pital in Rochester, Minn, Loran Daniel who has been a medical patient at Lutheran Hospital in Fort Dodge for several weeks returned home Friday. Mrs Albert Thorsen was hostess to the members of the Presbyterian Women's Organization when that group met Friday afternoon in the church parlors. Mrs W. 0. Cooper had the Scripture and lesson. Mrs Joe Leith read from the Outreach and Mrs Roy Telford had charge of the program. The* fteftt meeting will be February 18 with. Mrs Eugene Hofius and Mm W, Q. Cooper hostesses. Mr and Mrs Percy Watnem returned home Saturday evening following a ten day vacation to Florida. Mr and Mrs H. J. Nielsen are vacationing for five or six weeks in the Ozarks in Missouri. Mr and Mrs Raymond Loos left Saturday morning for an indefinite vacation in Florida. Monday evening the members of the Brotherhood of Trinity Lutheran Church held an oyster stew in the church parlors. Mr and Mrs Martin Meyer entertained the Anniversary Group at their home Thursday evening with a dinner at seven o'clock and followed by 500. Those present; were Mr and Mrs Raymond Wehrspa'nn, Mr and Mrs Edward Zinnel, Mr and Mrs Roy Telford, Mr arid Mrs Mike Coyle, Mr and Mrs' Donald Larson, Mr and Mrs Ke'rmlt Fowler 'and Mr ahd Mrs Eugene Hofius. •Mr and Mrs VictOr. Meyer en- tertaine'd' a group of friends at a 50Q party Saturday evening. Those present were Mr ahd Mrs Ralph -Jacobson, -Mr- and,Mr& Louis Jaccfbson, Mr and Mrs Allan 'Wehrspanjn, Mr 'and Mrs Conrad Johnson, Mr and Mrs Bernard Coyle, Mr ahd Mrs Richard Kinseth, Mr and Mrs Alfred Schultz, Mr and Mrs Paul Meyer and Mr and Mrs Deanne Telford. Mr and Mrs Antone Waechter. visited Sunday afternoon at the Henry Dahlhauser home at West Bend. Ml- and Mrs Vincent Salz and family Were Sunday afternoon visitors at the George Kjar home at West Bend. Tuesday Mr and Mrs Salt visiteti at. the Charles Salz home at Whittemore. Mr and Mrs Edward Zinnel were Sunday dinner guests at the Louie Jacobson home. Tuesday Mrs Essie Cooper, Mrs Roy Telford ahd Mfs Edward Zinne; Visited at the Archie Hanson home at Spirit Lake. Mr and Mrs Roy EnockSon visited Sunday afternoon with their son-ih-law and daughter, Mr and Mrs Lowell Shelgren at Gilmore City. Sunday dinner guests at the Olvin Haug home included Mr and Mrs James Barber and family of West Bend, Mr and Mrs Oliver Kinseth and Mr and Mrs Robert Naeve of Dakota City. Afternoon visitors were Mr and Mrs Richard Kinseth and family. Edwin McLuen came home Thursday for a few days vacation between semesters at the parental K. R. McLuen home. He is a student at Drake University in Des Moines. Judy Struthers, a student, at Drake University, is spending a few days vacation between semesters at the parental Virgil Struthers home. Mr and Mrs Donald Cooper" and family were Sunday dinner guests at the home of her mother, Mrs Frank Henely at Emmetsburg. Sunday evening supper guests at the home of Mrs Essie Cooper were Mr and Mrs Clyde Cooper and daughters of Dexter, Minn, and Mr and Mrs Donald Cooper and family. Mr and Mrs Chester Alme and Shirley spent Sunday at the Norman MadsBn home at Modale. Sunday afternoon visitors at the Magnus Bratland home included Mr and Mi's Harold Dale and Debbie at Dakota City, Mr and Mrs Sherman Silbaugh and Vickie and Mr and Mrs Richard Christiansen of Humboldt. Sunday dinner guests at the Roy Telford home were Mr and Mrs Herman Kramer of Lone Rock and Mr and Mrs Mike Coyle. Mr and Mrs Edward ^Zinnel Were there in the afternoon. STE B RIT Z COMPLETE CLOSING OUT STEBRITZ ~~" As I have taken a job in Algona I will hold a complete clo ring out auction on the farm located IVi mile* north and 1 mile east of Cylinder or 8'/i miles east of Emmetsburg on Tuesday. February 12 SALE STARTS AT 1:00 P.M. 12 HEAD OF DAIRY CATTLE 12 1-Holstein Cow, due June, 4th calf 1~Holstein Cow, fresh Jan. 17 - 2nd calf 1-Holstein Cow fresh Jan. 7 - 3rd calf 1-Holstein Heifer - open - 9 months old 1-Holstein & Guernsey cross - Due March 6 - 2nd calf 1-Holstein & Guernsey cross - Due May - 1st calf 1—Guernsey Cow — Due Jan. 26 — 5th calf 1—Guernsey Heifer — open — 1 year old 1-Milking Shorthorn - Due. Feb. 14th - 2nd calf 1—Jersey cow — Due June 23 — 5th calf 1-Holstein Heifer Calf . 1-Holstein Bull Calf MAC WlPIER * 1937—McCormick Deering F-20 Tractor with Lights ami Starter Hydraulic Pump to Fit this F-20 or M Trartor McCormick Peering 236—2 row cultivator McCormick Deering 2-M Com Picker McCormick Peering 6 foot Horse Mower McCormick Peering 10 foot Disc Four Section Harrow Mounted Sprayer .MISCELLANEOUS 200 gallon gas barrel with hose on stand e—50 gallon Drums Blocks Slat Cribbing Chicken Feeders. Waterers & Nest* Odds and ends of Lumber Speed Jack Pump Jack Vt H.P. 4—18" Car lack* J-2 x $' Galvanized Cattle Tank 2. Belts Tools, Shovels, Forks, Etc. Giber Articles Too Numerous To Mention, AUCTION TERMS «, Noifcjjtg To fi« 1940—B John Deere Tractor John Deere 2-row Cultivator John Deere 290 Corn Planter—80 Rods Wire John Deere End Gate Seeder John Deere 2*16 Inch Plow AUis Chalmers 5 foot Combine Allis Chalmers 8 foot Field Cultivator Rubber Tired Running Gear with Flare Box Wooden Wheeled Running Gear with Straight Box 8' x 10' Portable Building BUILDINGS FEED 300 BALES QF ALFALFA. HAY IN BARN 300 300 BALES OF STRAW 30fl HOUSEHOLD GOODS Si* Foot Base Cupboard with Sink 6 inch Oil Burner , 10 inch Oil Burner '. Prop Leaf Kitchen Table 5 gallon Water Cooler 1 gallon MiUt Home Cpmfcrt Gas & Wood Stove IV* Yr. Until Settled For — Not Responsible in Case of Accidents J Fl MFR QTFRRIT7 1 (HHWMHMiii W IHIHPiWBi BW ^^^r ^P ^^^wi^^K^ .^P.^Pv^p 5^ ^^^^ Lloyd Berkland and Lyle Semen, Auctioneers .Cylinder State Bank, Clerk Ernest NAUMAN Closing-Out Farm Ernest NAUMAN As I have decided to quit farming, I will sell at the farm located 3Vi miles South of Burt, or 5 miles North and V4 Mi. East of Algona, on — Sale Starts 12:30 P.M. lunch Wagon On Grounds MUCH NEAR-NEW; ALL A-l SHAPE 1945 Farmall-M On Rubber Heisler Drive Starter, Lights Hyd. Lift Oliver 70 On Rubber With Wide Front End 1939 F20 Formal! . On Rubber Good Shape 1948 B-Farmall On Rubber Starter, Lights Good Shape 1939 F20 Fqrmall On Rubber Good Shape 1956 2 ME FIRST CLASS NfAR-NEW INT. WITH FERT.'ATTACH. CORN PICKER 4-ROW PLANTER 4-Row 448 Int. Cultivator 2-Row Cultivator for Oliver 2-Row Cultivator for B Formal! M-M Manure Spreader John Deere Manure Spreader, rubber tires 2—15 ft. John Deere Discs 10 Ft. McCormick Deering Disc 2-12 McCormick Deering Plow 2-16 McCormick Deering Plow 3-14 McCormick Deering Plow 6 Ft. Case Horse-Drawn Mower 7 Ft. McCormick Deering Tractor Mower Int. 4-Section Drag, steel evener Stan-Hoist Manure Loader with snow bucket 2 John Deere Running Gears, on rubber, 2 yrs. old 3 Running Gears, on rubber Steel Wheel Running Gear 3 Horn Flare Boxes 3 Wood Wagon Boxes 8 Ft. McC. Deering Windrower, power take-off John Deere Speed Jade Int. Endgate Seeder Spring Tooth Loading Chute on wheels Electric Brooder Stove 2-P Int. Corn Picker with .blower 14-Ft. J.D. Tandem Disc, near-new. Miscellaneous Farm Tools: Good Forge, Large Anvil, \^ Inch Elec. Drill, Large Vise, etc. etc. • Lone Star 14-Ft, Aluminum BOAT & TRAILER Mercury 16 H.P. Outboard Motor Wizard 10 H.P. Outboard Motor Saddle and Bridle PORTABLE FARM BUILDINGS 12 X 16 Ft. BROODER HOUSE NORTON WALK-IN HOG FEEDER 12 x 14 Ft. TOOL HOUSE OTHER TOOLS AND FARM EQUIPMENT ARTICLES TOO NUMEROUS TO MENTION Usual Auction Terms Not Responsible for Accidents JMMMMMv ^^W^ ^^^^ ^^^^ ^^ _ ^^^^^^^M|F ^^^^^^ ^^^^^F No Property Removed Until Settled For or arrangements made with clerk, 4 ^BI^TIBB BiBli .BpB - IHP * ^B^^^^^W-. ^^w ^^w LiiK & RilUNG, Auctioneers SECURITY STAIi BANK, Cltrk,

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